Snowmen & Mice

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This topic contains 9 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by ed (the amateur) turner ed (the amateur) turner 2 years, 11 months ago.

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  • #3654
    Kevin
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    Snowmen & Mice

     

  • #3659
    Dunc
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    Hi Kevin, hope you dont mind but I fixed the image you posted as it wasnt being displayed.

    For some reason these Snowmen remind me of some characters from In The Night Garden on CBeebies.

    • #3664
      Kevin
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      Hi Dunc, Thanks for that never used photobucket before so it was a bit confusing. In the night garden do you have a lot of time on your hands lol 😉

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    Mark
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    Kevin these are brilliant, great attention to detail too – thanks for sharing

    Mark G.

  • #3666
    ed (the amateur) turner
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    Hi Kevin

    Well you said you would post the mice but what a treat snowmen as well they look great. What’s the wood, is it Yew?

    Thanks

     

    Ed

  • #3669
    woody
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    They are so very nice love em bet all the kids will as ell

  • #3677
    Kevin
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    Hi Ed the wood is Yew it’s a way of using all the little offcuts that your left with. Yes Woody the kid’s like them, these are for my best customers the grandkids.

     

  • #3684
    ed (the amateur) turner
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    Kevin do you hollow the snowmen or just leave them solid

  • #3685
    Kevin
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    Morning Ed, I leave them solid but if you hollow them out you could probably hide a bottle of something in there 😉

     

  • #3694
    ed (the amateur) turner
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    I thought they were for the grandkids 🙂

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